First California and now Maryland: The heavy hand of Technocrats risk education over profit-guzzling policies of Big Pharma. This battle will heat up to fever-pitch before it is resolved.
Police are ‘sworn in’ to office by taking an oath to ‘uphold and defend the Constitution’ but in practice, it is doubtful that very few have ever even read it. Forces across the nation are now routinely taking illegal DNA samples and storing the results in searchable databases, which invariably find their way into a national database owned by the Federal Government.
In 2015, 54 percent of total criminal offenses were related to cyber crime, according to the National Crime Agency. Computers have no soul, no emotions, and no inhibitions other that what they are programmed to imitate. Technocrats are creating more problems than they are solving.
The excuse is “national security” of course, but if enacted, it would be the beginning of federalization of all state and local elections. This would be patently unconstitutional.
Obama promised that the United Nations would never take control of the Internet. Now it appears that this might have been the plan all along, and if it happens, the integrity and freedom of the Internet will be utterly destroyed.
Technocrats are ambitiously pushing DNA capabilities, but appear to be in a competition to see who can create the most spectacular headline discovery. Thus far, this appears to be pure speculation.
The mind of a Technocrat is behavior modification: “He believes if people know they are being watched, then it would curb crime”, but it would also change everyone else’s behavior as well. Nevertheless, this is the only reason McNutt wants ‘transparency”.
Technocrats will continue to ‘invent’ because they can, and the race is on to see who can outdo another. Surveillance is one of the hottest areas of invention because of the drive for a Total Surveillance Society.
Pre-crime analysis is a blade that cuts in both directions. Now data-happy scientists are turning their focus on finding bad cops before they turn bad. Technocrats never tire over big data analysis.
The feisty Philippine president bluntly told the United Nations where to go after it criticized his controversial war on drugs. Duterte’s crackdown on drug dealers has been so brutal that hundreds more have voluntarily turned themselves into the police so they could escape summary execution.